Guillermo De Querol

Guillermo is a freelance entertainment writer based in Madrid, Spain. His writing and festival coverage has been published across various outlets, including Little White Lies, Taste of Cinema, Film Cred, and Certified Forgotten. When he’s not watching or writing about films, he’s probably talking about them on Letterboxd or Twitter. Guillermo hopes to continue to provide valuable features at JoySauce.

A closeup of Ryo Nishikawa in a blue beanie, blue coat and yellow gloves, in "Evil Does Not Exist," with trees in the background.

The 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2024

Get excited: These are the projects putting Asian and AA+PI talent on the screen this year

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5 Hayao Miyazaki Films to Check Out Beyond ‘Spirited Away’

Check out these gems by the legendary director before his next film, ‘The Boy and the Heron,’ hits theaters

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10 Great Asian Films that Inspired Popular Hollywood Movies

Because it’s important to give credit where credit’s due (and these badass movies should go on your watch list immediately)

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Director Hirokazu Kore-eda Makes His TV Debut with ‘The Makanai’

Writer Guillermo de Querol calls the new Netflix series “a sumptuous meal well worth savoring”

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Everything to Know About Bong Joon-Ho’s Upcoming Sci-Fi Movie

The Oscar-winning director is teaming up with Robert Pattinson and Steven Yeun in ‘Mickey 17’

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The 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2023

Squeeee—we are so excited

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Every Park Chan-wook Movie, Ranked

From his impossible-to-find early works to his Oscar-contending most recent film, we take a comprehensive look at the director’s impressive catalog

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Rediscover the Magic of Wong Kar-wai’s ‘In the Mood for Love’

The 22-year-old evocative masterpiece has been remastered and released on 4K Blu-ray for the first time—a perfect excuse to revisit

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Hirokazu Kore-eda’s New Film ‘Broker’ Tackles Found Family and More

Writer Guillermo De Querol interviews the Japanese director about his first Korean-language film